Maine Archaeologists Discover 700-Year-Old Dugout Canoe

Prior to the arrival of European explorers and settlers on the coast of Maine, Native Americans were navigating its coastal rivers and bays in canoes crafted from logs. These dugouts were formed by hand with rudimentary tools and fire.

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